Anyone who has ever killed a popular houseplant knows how difficult it is to keep greenery alive.
We plant killers generally agree, which is why we prefer low-light indoor plants.
Low light does not always imply low care because, let's face it, plant longevity is influenced by a variety of elements, the most important of which is sunshine. So, if you want to fill your area with houseplants but don't know where to begin, let us help.
The best low-light plants may thrive with little to no direct sunlight and can survive in the dark for extended periods of time (for example, throughout the winter).
Snake plants and ZZ plants are well-known as two of the greatest low-light houseplants.
If you want to make an even bigger impression, parlour palms and Madagascar dragon trees are ideal for enormous plant enthusiasts whose spaces aren't exactly greenhouses when it comes to allowing in sunlight.
For first-time plant parents or those who dislike plants, combining low light and simple upkeep is the best option. We recommend starting with something simple, such as a spider plant or pothos, and gradually building your collection.
Still not sure which low-light houseplant is best for you and your home? To help you make an informed decision, we've highlighted 27 of the greatest low-light indoor plants, along with their care requirements, advantages, and disadvantages. Happy planting!
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